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>>> bottom of the hour now. welcome back, everyone, i'm randi kaye. victor blackwell is on assignment. nick valencia is keeping me company here in studio. nick? >> good morning, randi. holiday weather may make it tough for holiday travels as aaa says 93.3 million people are expected to journey more than 50 miles in the coming days. the system that brought a blizzard to iowa and more than a foot of snow in wisconsin is now expected to drop inches in western pennsylvania and upstate new york today. >>> plus, there's a blizzard warning for parts of west virginia and north central maryland. >>> and heavy rains on the west coast may also cause travel delays especially in the san francisco area. >>> just ten days left for congress and the white house to make a deal and avoid the so-called fiscal cliff. the first family arriving in hawaii for the christmas holiday there, you see president getting off the plane, but before he left, president obama urged republicans and democrats alike to get it done. >> in the next few days, i've asked leaders of congress to work toward a pac
" including randy pausch. >> guest: it's a double-dollar standard. when i did "heros for my son" of course i included women. and a lot of people said they were surprised there were men in "heroes for my daughter." of course women can be horses today. randy -- many people saw his last lick tour, dying of pancreatic cancer, and one of my dear friends when i was looking on this book was guy who wrote the last book about randy pausch. and i told him i wanted a story about randy nobody knows. and i said, give me something that nobody knows about randy pausch. he told me this amazing story. he said the story about randy is this. everyone knows randy's famous and when we was dying of cancer, that he inspired so many people. so what i loved is that his son, dylan, right after he dies, his son went to his dear friend and said, is cancer solvable? and randy's friend said, you know what, it's not solvable, dylan. there's no pure for cancer. not at all. and he said, you know what? my dad told me that everything was a problem that can be solved. how can there not be a cure? and what i love that recently,
starts right now. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it's 8:00 am on the east coast, 5:00 am in the west. >>> powerful national rifle association, here's tom foreman. >> hey, randi, nra officials were quiet in the days following the newtown, connecticut, shooting, giving people time to mourn. now they are speaking up and they have a lot to say. despite protesters, the president and public opinion increasingly pushing against the gun lobby, the national rifle association sent a sharp message to its leader, wayne lapierre, no retreat. >> the only thing that stops a bad guy with an a gun is a good guy with a gun. i call on congress today to act immediately to appropriate whatever is necessary to put armed police officers in every single school in this nation. >> reporter: in a wide-ranging statement, lapierre condemned the violence in connecticut, colorado and other places, but steered the conversation away from guns and gun law. indeed he lambasted officials who want to restrict guns from schools. >> in doing so they tell every insane killer in america that schools are the safe
the holidays. >>> it is saturday, december 22nd, good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. and yes, we are still here. >>> and days before christmas, the airports have been packed while some highways are near empty. all signs of the severe weather in the midwest that is now heading east. the system that caused this blizzard in iowa and wisconsin traveled through ohio and is now hitting pennsylvania and upstate new york. now, there is another blizzard in the forecast, a warning is in effect right now for west virginia and north central maryland through 6:00 p.m. of course, with that severe weather can come travel delays and cancellations as millions travel for the holiday. victor blackwell is live this morning in the cleveland area. and victor, good morning, i bet you're missing your warm seat in the studio this morning. how is the weather impacting flights this morning? >> reporter: i am. i'll talk about the flight in a moment, but you know regulars know that you and i are in the ongoing negotiations over the temperature in the studio. you like it really warm, i like it to be cold almost. i woul
now, welcome back, everyone. i'm randi kaye. victor blackwell is off today. here are five stories we're watching this morning. in our first story a royal prank takes a tragic turn and now two australian radio hosts are off the air. this after the nurse who took a prank call from the deejays about the pregnant duchess of cambridge committed suicide. the nurse who had worked at king eduard xii hospital for two years leaves behind a husband and two children. >>> the tapes which contained information on agents and investigations were accidentally left in a pouch on a subway. it actually happened in 2008, but the tapes never been found and an investigation is under way and changes to agency protocol have already been made as a result. >>> lawmakers demanded answers after the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. well, now they will hear from secretary of state hillary clinton. she will testify before a house committee on a state department report on the september 11th attack that killed u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. the report is expected next
, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 7:00 on the east coast, 4:00 a.m. out west, thanks for starting your day with us. victor blackwell is on assignment. >>> we start with the big countdown, ten days left for the white house and congress to reach an agreement on the fiscal cliff where millions of americans will be paying the price in their paychecks. but congress is now on holiday recess. and president obama is in hawaii. let's go straight to cnn's emily schmidt in washington. good morning. so before he left the capitoal, he laid out this three-point plan to washington. >> before he left to hawaii, he left for a gift for lawmakers to ponder in washington. here are the three main points he's saying. he wants to make sure there's a law passed that ensures 98% of americans know their taxes are not going to go up in just under two weeks. he also wants to make sure that 2 million americans who would otherwise lose their unemployment benefits if we went over the fiscal cliff would be able to keep those benefits. and finally he says, look, we can take a look at the longer term proposals, the larger
, randi. about 1400 flights have been canceled right now. as the storm heads to new england, as alexandra said, tonight and tomorrow, the numbers might get worse. delays in airports from detroit to new york. an hour, hour and a half. in philadelphia, two and a half hours they're waiting. it's not just the passengers getting frustrated. some of the pilots as well. listen to an american airlines pilot who had been sitting on the tarmac for five hours with a plane full of passengers. listen to announcement he made on board. >> it is beyond reproach. i have no words to tell you how sorry i am for all this. decisions are being made way above our heads by people that obviously in my humble opinion don't have a clue what they're doing. >> reporter: according to american airlines the problem they say was that they put safety first and they were worried about deicing the plane. the storm came so fast and they were concerned about the safety of their passengers before they were worried about takeoff time. this is going to continue into tomorrow. we've already heard 90 flights are being canceled for
by the ccc. >>> it is saturday, december 8th. good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. victor blackwell is off today. we start with a landmark decision by the supreme court. the justices decided to hear two ca cases. joe johns has a look. >> randi, after weeks of speculation the court decided to take up two cases on same-sex marriage. the first one about the defensive marriage act. windsor against the united states. they were married in toronto, canada, in 2007. spire died in 2007 in new york at a time when new york recognized same-sex marriages that were performed outside the state. she was required to pay $363,000 on federal estate taxes on her inheritance that she would not have had to pay that opposite marriages get. so, a pretty clean case here and even the obama administration has already said it doesn't think the constitutionality of the defensive marriage act can withstand a legal attack. the second case the court decided to take on is proposition 8, the california ballot initiative adding a state constitutional amendment in 2008 that said only marriage between a man or woman is valid
23rd, good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. >>> we begin with breaking news. the brutal gang rape of a woman is sparking protests in india. protesters chanting "we want justice" in new delhi. the 23-year-old was attacked on a bus last weekend. cnn has learned that a journalist has been killed in demen strags today and we'll bring you much more on this as soon as we get it. >>> now, to a tearful ending and a new beginning in connecticut. flags will be raised to full staff today for the first time since the shooting at sandy hook elementary school. this comes just after the final three funerals for the victims of that tragedy. emilie parker, josephine gay. all little girls with bright futures taken before their time. people gathered to say their good-byes. >> to just see the hall filled with pink flowers, glitter, it was fancy and that's what emilie lived her life celebrating life. and everything was special to emilie. >> she was just 6 years old and her father is one of the few family members from the newtown families to speak publicly about the shooting. he wanted people to rememb
. remember that? randy quaid, winnebago to be exact, this is better than randy quaid, demand is strong, the company raising output, stock on a rise, exclusive interview with winnebago's chairman, ceo and president coming up next. liz: the house is gearing up to vote on john boehner's plan b proposal as republicans move ahead with their own solution to the fiscal cliff. ashley: the white house says the vote will are resulting anything to the american people so why do it? is a complete waste of time? rich edson joins us with the latest on the twist and turns on capitol hill. >> there's no guarantee that it will pass, we expect a vote at 8:00. that always happen on capitol hill, could slide but if the house passes this bill and send it to the senate democrats say they won't passive but they could change it or there's a possibility that they could change it. we know from this morning's conversation john boehner says he has spoken to harry reid so you are seeing a shift in the conversation, discussions from the speaker and the president, now to the speaker and majority leader, john boehner
morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. >> and i'm victor blackwell. it's 8:00 on the east, 5:00 out west and we're starting this hour with the wrangling on capitol hill over the fiscal cliff. we're just 31 days until the deadline which could potentially trigger $7 trillion in automatic spending cuts and tax increases. both republicans and democrats are at a standoff. they are each blaming the other side for holding up the process, but republican congressman terry lee says that by going over the cliff the president may have an ulterior motive. >> many of us fear that the president's real plan here was to let us go over the cliff and blame the republicans, and that's what we look like we're being set up to do, and then if you go over the cliff, then two months later, a month later, the president can come back with a bill and say, hey, we're going to now since the republicans let everyone's taxes go up, i'm going to ride in here now and be the -- the knight in shining armor and lower the taxes on the lower two brackets. >> it is a case that is sparking painful reminders of trayvon martin, a
to fly. >>> how hard does the 49ers' quarterback throw a football? randy moss is going to show you! and why are the warriors celebrating so hard? they're off to their best st in 20 ye >>> so far the warriors are the biggest surprise in basketball! at 15-7, they're off to their best start in 20 years! what better way to measure your progress than to take on the champs? king james is not getting the royal treatment, that's for sure! david lee threw him to the floor! lebron still finished with 31. warriors down by 4. stephen curry, the last two points. >> final 7 seconds of the game. 5, 3. inside and green! with 0.90 left! [ cheering and applause ] >> and the warriors beat the heat! >> how can you have your pudding if you don't beat the heat! >>> randy moss dislocated his finger on this play against the bears a couple weeks ago. he spoke with the media. >> he dislocated my finger! [ laughter ] >> we had to put one of them randy johnson fastballs on me. when it hit my finger, i felt it pop. that's nothing to cry over. >> collin kaepernick is known for how hard he throws the football.
the best, why not the 49ers? >> randy moss will face his old team. while colin kaepernick may not be tom brady. randy moss can tell you a slitle something about how hard he throws the football. >> he dislocated my finger. he had to put one of those randy johnson fast balls on me. when it hit my finger, i felt my finger pop. but that's nothing to cry about. i could see if it was a knee or a shoulder, but a finger, everybody's fingers hurt. >> top five. louisville basketball coach's press conference. >> because -- hold on one second. hello? i'm just on a press conference. where would you like to meet for a drink? some people will have a drink with you, bob. >> married, by the way. >>> no. 4, time to get physical. ben got an elbow in his face. lakers beat the cavs. then abby got her dome rattled. usa wins 4-0. if tony doesn't think he can get a date with elizabeth, yes! they beat the wizards. this 28-pound, 9 ounce trout. you know where? lake tahoe. that would be bass. lake tahoe, a 42-inch long fish. and i know most fans get up in the morning and go right to read the 49ers. i go to read t
of a disagreement, randi, between the two friday night, early saturday morning, but in speaking to neighbors, they tell us that that is something that was very, very, very uncommon. as far as they knew the couple had lived together for about a year, and by all appearances got along great. we spoke with the next door neighbor who did not want us to use his name, said he often spoke with jovan. jovan didn't want to talk about football because the chiefs are undergoing a horrible season. only one win. he was very proud of their daughter 3 months old and that the couple seemed to be getting along very well. over a couple of weeks ago jovan's mother arrived to visit for the holidays, and she was there when that initial tragic shooting happened, randi. >> we also know that before he shot himself, he had some contact with his coaches, and he had a gun on him at the time. do we know what that conversation was about? >> reporter: all we know is that the police say that he was never a threat to the coaches. the coach, the general manager, another member of the chiefs' staff who met him outside the tra
more ahead on "cnn saturday morning" which starts right now. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. victor blackwell is off. it is 7:00 on the east coast, thanks so much for starting your morning with cnn. it was supposed to be just for laughs. humor. the listeners with a lighthearted prank. two radio deejays called the hospital where the duchess of cambridge was getting treated and tricked a nurse to give details of her condition. two days later the nurse took her own life and now the deejays behind it are off the air. >> the house has mutually decided that this show will not return until further notice out of respect of what can only be described as a tragedy. >> cnn's matthew chance has more now on the story generating outrage around the world. >> you know what, they were the worst accents ever. >> it was meant as a light hearted aussie prank, even after their station issued an apologies the two deejays made light of it. >> we were sure at least 100 people before us would try the same thing. >> reporter: now suspended from their jobs and one of the nurses they humiliated and foo
. >>> after suffering their worst loss of the season last night in detroit, wizards head coach randy wittman called the performance embarrassing. bradley beal was back and nenj started his first game of the season. wizards would score just 13 points in the first quarter. down 17, crawford behind the back, dishes to vesely for the dunk. nenj steals here, resulting in a bradley lay-in. beats who missed the last two games had 14 point tonight. the wizards would get as close as 2. fourth quarter a play that sums up the season. vesely trying to get the ball. beal follows, he hits the beck. maxfield for rt dunk. they are now an nba worst 3-22. >>> when we come back, the game that changed the restaurant skins' season. why carolina was a kick in the pants for the redskins. stay with us. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back. whether mike shanahan knew it or not, what he said after the loss to carolina motivated his players. they were 3-6 entering the bye week. that's when shanahan was asked, where do you go from there? he said, it's time to evaluate and see who will be here for years to come. althou
of the american federation of teachers, randi weingarten, and bradley cooper. it was weird, but it worked. >> i think it did. >> take a look. >> i'm not exactly sure. sexiest man alive, right? >> listen, what happened was, you know, the folks in newark, cam anderson, the superintendent, joe dell gross sew, wanted to do something different. randi and i were supportive of that. we're the negotiators. and i think we've all decided that we need to do something different. and not only does it provide merit bonuses and provide advancement based upon merit, but it also involves the teachers in the evaluation process as well. and so everybody got around the table and compromised with each other. and now have created a system where it's not no longer just seniority or degrees received, but now it's how you perform in the classroom, and that valuation not just done by the administration, it's done by teachers who are involved as well. everybody has a stake in it. and i think it's going to improve the quality of education across the city of newark. >> that's fantastic. >> you know, so what you have here,
court. i'll talk with them live. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 10:00 on the east coast, 7:00 on the west. thanks so much for starting your day with us. it was supposed to be just for laughs. humor. the listeners with a lighthearted prank. two radio deejays called the london hospital where the duchess of cambridge was being treated and tricked a nurse to get details about her condition. two days later, that nurse, 46-year-old jacintha saldanha, took her own life. leaving behind a husband and two children. and now the deejays who played the prank are off the air. >> they have mutually decided that this show will not return until further notice out of respect of what can only be described as a tragedy. >> cnn's matthew chance has more now on the story generating outrage around the world. >> you know what? they were the worst accents ever. >> reporter: it was meant as a lighthearted aussie prank. even after this, the station issued an apology, the deejays who duped the hospital were making light of it. >> we were sure 100 people at least before us would have tried the
this being dropped in the senate's lap? >> randy, by washington standards, that is progress. and i know it's hard to believe but the fact that all these leaders left this meeting in agreement about the next step is a hopeful sign. the good news is that this could have been much worse. they could have come out of the meeting saying it's impossible to reach an agreement, we cannot even begin negotiation, there will be no deal. that did not happen. so the fact that they have a game plan for the weekend and for the next steps, it's better than a lot of people hoped for. so now everyone's holding their breath. >> i guess we have to be thankful for the little things. but how did we get here? we heard the president say today he's mildly optimistic. why? >> that optimism has to do with the fact that it could have been worse, that all the parties in there did want to get to a deal, that they would rather find a way out of this instead of going over the cliff, but the bigger picture is you said how did we get here and the problem is what they're fighting over, while it seems silly and petty right no
you the pictures. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. thanks for starting your morning with me. in just two weeks, egyptians will vote on a new constitution, the constitutional assembly handed the new constitution to the president just a short time ago, but right now, egypt seems anything but united. supporters of president mohamed morsi have been filling the streets around cairo university just across the nile river. the opposition is urging anti-government protesters to fill iconic tahrir square in cairo. ian lee joins us by phone. it was quieter at tahrir square earlier this morning. tell me the scene there now. >> reporter: it's still pretty quiet compared to what we saw yesterday. a few thousand people in tahrir square compared to last night where we saw tens if not 100,000 people. today the big story is cairo university and the muslim brotherhood protests. this is the first time we've seen the muslim brotherhood flex some street muscle and send their supporters out into the street. from the estimates we're hearing hundreds of thousands of people are at cairo university in
. good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. victor blackwell is off today. it's 8:00 on the east coast, 5:00 out west. thanks for starting your day with us. we start with syria and a plan for dealing with the country's chemical weapons. president obama has threatened action if chemical weapons are used, and now we have learned that the pentagon is updating military options for the president. we'll have more on the president's red line and the military options in about ten minutes. >>> belize will have to wait a little longer to question former internet mogul john mcafee about his neighbor's murder. a judge in guatemala says mcafee can remain in the country until his immigration case is heard in court. well, that could take another month. mac afee is recovering after be a apparent collapse. he had been on the run for weeks but insists he has nothing to do with his neighbor's death. >>> charlie crist announced friday on twitter he's officially a democrat. crist spoke at the democratic national convention in september as an independent. he ran for the u.s. senate two years ago as an independ
of shock here, randi. >> and the child, the couple's child, that child was home at the time, right? who is caring for that child now? >> reporter: yeah, the child was at the home with kasandra perkins and jovan at the time of the shooting. his mother was actually, according to the neighbor, his mother had actually been in town for a couple of weeks for the holidays, and we understand that the child and the mother witnessed the shooting, called 911 after belcher shot kasandra perkins and she is now with the child at another location. they, of course, are away from the home now. >> what a tragedy. casey wein, our thanks to you. appreciate that. the kansas city chiefs released a statement following the incident. it reads in part, the entire chiefs family is deeply saddened by today's event, and our hearts are heavy for the people affected. we will continue to fully cooperate with the authorities and work to ensure that the appropriate counseling resources are available. >>> it's been a month since superstorm sandy ripped through the northeast, but it seems like an eternity for residents tr
a single word. cbs 5 randy page talked to a former fbi profiler. >> something happened in this life a stressor, that caused him to go over the edge. >> reporter: he says mass murders often have second thoughts before they kill their first victim. >> that is the killing that is the point of no return. >> reporter: in this case adam lanza's possible murder of his mother may have set him off on his plan to commit the others. knowing the last life he would take would be his own. >> he was looking for people that hurt him to be hurt and that would have been his mother, the children that she is responsible for, a jealous access expect that she -- aspect that she lives them more than me. and if i am going to die today i am going to not only hurt her, physically, i am going to hurt her in a way that is unthinkable. >> reporter: there are lessons to be learned here. >> people have to get out of the mentality this could never happen to me, or here because it never happened. it can happen anywhere and so we have to be aware. and we have to have the courage to alert the authorities even if that
ahead on "cnn sunday morning" which starts right now. >>> and good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it's 7:00 on the east coast and 4:00 on the west. thanks so much for starting your morning with us. first, a horrific attack on a young woman is sparking anger in the streets of india and demands for change. protesters chanting "we want justice" in new delhi. the 23-year-old is fighting for her life at a hospital after she was beaten and gang raped on a bus last weekend. we are learning a journalist has been killed in a separate protest over another incident. joining me now on the phone from new delhi, karma, what can you tell us about this journalist who died? >> he was a local camera person for video journalist. the state is seeing some unrest over an assault on a woman. they were violent protests earlier. the police firing water canons. we were told today, on this particular day, believed that some of the people try to burn a police van. that's when the police resorted it never happened. there are calls for police brutality because firing its gun with a live bullet only in extreme cas
list. the shooter was wearing blacks, fatigues, and a military vest and didn't utter a word. randy page talked to a former fbi profiler about what may have been going through his mind. >> something happened in his life, a stressor, that caused him to go over the edge. >> reporter: former fbi profiler says mass murders often have second thoughts before they kill their first victim. >> the killing becomes the point of no return, where he goes forward. >> reporter: his murder of his mother may have set the 20-year-old off on his plan to commit the others, knowing the last life he'd take would be his own. >> he was looking for people that hurt him, to be hurt. and that would of course have been his mother, the children that she's responsible for, could be a jealousy aspect there that she loves them more than she loved me. she pays more attention to them than she paid to me. and if i'm going to die today, i'm going to not only hurt her physically, i'm going to hurt her in a way that is unthinkable. >> reporter: he says there are lessons to be learned here. >> people have to get out of the me
if it were snowing? >> i walk around like randy in the christmas stores. >> i always get to stay inside when it's nice and warm. sue goes out for the inaugurals and all that stuff. tomorrow it's going to be cold, snowy and i don't want to say we've made real changes to the forecast, but i think we see more clarity in what's going to happen tomorrow. it's just a one day thing and gets out of here sunday. some snow is trying to move into the northwest, a little snow. the pink is a changeover and rain farther back out north and west. once it gets here, it's basically going to be in the form of snow to start late tonight and early tomorrow morning. a lot of moisture is coming in from the west moving at a good clip. it won't stay around long. holding at 38 degrees in town, freezing back out to the western suburbs, manassas 32, gaithersburg 32, frederick 30. there is no question tomorrow morning it's going to be cold enough for all snow around here. the big question is just how much of a changeover are we going to get and how much of a little bit of snow on the ground do we get before that changeo
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analyst and randy zelen. look at the end of the day this whole thing is argument was the senate in session or was it not. >> were they in kindergarten or on recess. the president may have skirted the law a little bit, like a little bit of sidelining it but did he cross over the line? no. does this happen all the time? yes. yes it does. melissa: randy, what do you say. >> skirted the law like i'm wearing a skirt. he obliterated law. exactly. let's take a step back look at what this whole thing was designed to do. once a upon a time, smart guys, founding father, look you have to make a temporary appointment, senate confirm it we'll not the drag the senate back in. mr. president do what you have to do. it was for the convenes of senate, not to screw the senate which is exactly what the president is doing. >> this is family show. we don't speak in those terms. melissa: was he trying to get around the senate? was he trying to do something that the senate did not like? >> he was spirited but he did not go over the line. legally it is proper. you can't argue with that. >> yes i can. >> knock your
>>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 7:00 on the east coast, 4:00 a.m. on the west. thanks so much for starting your morning with us. a deadly attack in afghanistan has left five people dead and at least 18 others wounded and the taliban is claiming responsibility. it happened here at a joint u.s. afghan base near the airfield. there are no reports yet of u.s. casualties. joining me by phone is journalist ben farmer. ben, this attack involves suicide bombs and gunmen. can you tell us exactly how things unfolded? >> yes, it seems to have been a very complex attack. it began soon after dawn around 6:00 here local time. it began with two suicide car bombs. these were vehicles packed with explosives, driven at the gates of the airfield base, and they detona detonated. soon after that, a wave of attackers with rifles and suicide vests stormed the gates. this prompted a two-hour gun battle. it was all over in about two hours. nato says none of the attackers, none of the militants managed to breach the defenses. all of them were killed. however, we have reports that four o
congressman randy forge on the president to go over the fiscal cliff. >> gabby douglas on the role of her try iumph. >> governor mike huckabee. >> thank you very much. great audience thank you from huckabee fox news studios in new york city. >> for the past few weeks i have 48 city scarlet i met several hundred who watch the show every week. there is political gridlock on both parties and many of you are concerned about the country. your kids and grand kids could have a better life in you. the recurring theme i heard over and over was the sense that our leaders weren't leading and they aren't listening. the elections accident a clear message. they said meet the new boss instesame as the old boss. same president, same senate, same house. we truly made have will sunk the titanic. we may have put too much hope in human beings could have solved problems in many cases not nearly as booed good at it. you at least balance your checkbook at home and you pay your bills and you show up for work. washington hasn't balanced it's checkbook. it has to borrow money from the chinese to pay its bills. barely
to see the rates on the top 2 percent go up. >> virginia congressman randy forge on the president to go over the fiscal cliff. >> gabby douglas on the role of her try iumph. >> governor mike huckabee. >> thank you very much. great audience thank you from huckabee fox news studios in new york city. >> for the past few weeks i have 48 city scarlet i met several hundred who watch the show every week. there is political gridlock on both parties and many of you are concerned about the country. your kids and grand kids could have a better life in you. the recurring theme i heard over and over was the sense that our leaders weren't leading and they aren't listening. the elections accident a clear message. they said meet the new boss instesame as the old boss. same president, same senate, same house. we truly made have will sunk the titanic. we may have put too much hope in human beings could have solved problems in many cases not nearly as booed good at it. you at least balance your checkbook at home and you pay your bills and you show up for work. washington hasn't balanced it's checkbook. it
randy forge on the president to go over the fiscal cliff. >> gabby douglas on the role of her try iumph. >> governor mike huckabee. >> thank you very much. great audience thank you from huckabee fox news studios in new york city. >> for the past few weeks i have 48 city scarlet i met several hundred who watch the show every week. there is political gridlock on both parties and many of you are concerned about the country. your kids and grand kids could have a better life in you. the recurring theme i heard over and over was the sense that our leaders weren't leading and they aren't listening. the elections accident a clear message. they said meet the new boss instesame as the old boss. same president, same senate, same house. we truly made have will sunk the titanic. we may have put too much hope in human beings could have solved problems in many cases not nearly as booed good at it. you at least balance your checkbook at home and you pay your bills and you show up for work. washington hasn't balanced it's checkbook. it has to borrow money from the chinese to pay its bills. barely shows
are going to have to see the rates on the top 2 percent go up. >> virginia congressman randy forge on the president to go over the fiscal cliff. >> gabby douglas on the role of her try iumph. >> governor mike huckabee. >> thank you very much. great audience thank you from huckabee fox news studios in new york city. >> for the past few weeks i have 48 city scarlet i met several hundred who watch the show every week. there is political gridlock on both parties and many of you are concerned about the country. your kids and grand kids could have a better life in you. the recurring theme i heard over and over was the sense that our leaders weren't leading and they aren't listening. the elections accident a clear message. they said meet the new boss instesame as the old boss. same president, same senate, same house. we truly made have will sunk the titanic. we may have put too much hope in human beings could have solved problems in many cases not nearly as booed good at it. you at least balance your checkbook at home and you pay your bills and you show up for work. washington hasn't bala
police chief randy adams, pulling in a whopping $457,000 a year. for a police force with only 30 officers, way more than top cops in neighboring los angeles, chicago or new york. cash put in his pocket by a city manager and others who were paying themselves inflated salaries. the city manager taking home more than a million dollars. >> yeah, you! >> reporter: this was the reaction when the public found out. outrage, anger boiled over. prosecutors nabbed eight city leaders saying they used public funds like a personal piggy bank, looting the working class city of millions of dollars. they face criminal corruption charges. chief randy adams wasn't charged. because adams didn't directly control the city's money. but even the judge wondered in court, i don't know why he's not a defendant in this case. so where is adams today? he lives in simi valley, an upper class l.a. suburb 50 miles northwest of bell, just off of country club drive, in a gated community. his five bedroom, five bath, $800,000 home overlooks a picturesque golf course. >> disgusting and the fact that he is living this lavish
a fundamentally different idea on the issues. they have this divide in america, randy. >> so what happens next? how likely is it that we'll go over the fiscal cliff? i'm curious about the mood in washington right now. >> there is an increase in optimism because of the mood out of that meeting today. but i still would say the people who are -- placing bets in this town still expect that the nation will go over the fiscal cliff. so still a little bit more hope than what we woke up this morning, but no one is counting on being off on new year's eve. >> randy. >> jessica, thank you, more now on the raw politics, good to see you both. cornell, let me start with you here, the president said he wanted to see a straight up or down vote. as we mentioned that could happen in the senate. we could lose the up or down vote. >> you are going to see something come out of the senate. you have to pay attention to the tone, i think you will see something come out of the senate on up and down, but i think the problem comes on the house side, whether or not in fact speaker john boehner is going to allow what the
" contributing editor, matt taibbi. >> eliot: randi weingarten on the future of organized labor and the so-called fiscal cliff and lou dobbs is always right because he says he's right except when he's wrong which is virtually always. facts matter coming up next. >> eliot: in tonight's facts matter segment misinformation continues to surround the latest right to work bill signed earlier this week in michigan. i'm all for healthy debate about any issue but a debate must be based on the factions which is not the debate lou dobbs seems interested in. >> despite the president's misleading suggestions to the contrary michigan workers still tonight have the right to form and join a union. they still have the right to bargain, collectively. and what this law changes is forced union membership. i repeat, forced union membership. >> eliot: repeat it all you want no matter how many times you say it, it will still be flat-out wrong. federal law clearly prohibits unions from requiring membership. this has been made clear in a
, congressman randy forbes joins us on the politics of it all and the impact of sequestering if not ascended. deutsche bank managing districter on the market reaction and economic impacts, and lieutenant colonel dave grossman joining us to talk about the impact of violent images on our youth and whether we should be focusing on the power of mass media, television, movies, video games, all of that coming up here tonight. for more details on the future of speaker boehner's plan b and whether to expect a plan c to be in the offing, ed henry with the report. >> reporter: speaker john boehner says while he's not cutting negotiations on a major deal with president obama, it's time for a backup plan. our plan b would protect american taxpayers who make a million dollars or less and have all of their current rates extended. >> reporter: if it passes thursday, there's little chance of passage in the senate where democrats say the goalposts keep getting moved. >> they take that football, and it's a charlie brown episode. they jerk the ball away. >> except it was only 15 months ago the president sugges
bush would ask me to tell you to please put the harps back in the closet." randy wallace from our fox station kriv fox 26 live outside the hospital there in houston. randy, what is the latest on the president's condition? >>> well, we heard kind of conflicting things all day today. it was on sunday when former president bush was put into the intensive care unit here at meth though difficult hospital. methodist hospital. he was admitted here for bronchitis on november 7 and on november 19 released. the day after thanksgiving he was readmitted to the hospital and has been here ever since. doctors thought that the president would be home for christmas but when they finally got the persistent cough that was going along with the bronchitis under control he just had the fiver that for the last three days has elevated and gone up and that has been the doctors' biggest concern here is fever he has been battling. >> harris: the president has had plenty of visitors over the christmas wh holiday. who has been here? >> on christmas day he was visited by his son neal, his wife and grandson pierce
cliff resolution ends up being. joining us now is randy warren, warren financial services cio. thanks for joining us. >> nice to be here. thank you. shibani: so right off the top, i would love to know, why is it that etfs you feel can be a little bit more resistant to the waves coming in, the shockwaves coming out of d.c.? >> i think you go for some sectors that aren't necessarily in the crosshairs of what's going on in the house and in the senate right now. so i'm looking at things like the financial sector. it's been beaten down over the last few years. we all know about all the history that's gone on since 2007, 2008, some of the banks failed, some of the big banks failed and also the problems in europe. a lot of the banks had trouble in europe over the last couple of years. they are starting to rebound now. there's an opportunity for improvement in the financial sector. david: i want to pull you back a second randy before we talk about specifics and talk about when, you know, timing is everything. you can buy at the right time or wrong time. you have something called an event hori
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